COVID-19 vaccines at Quality Health Medical Centre

COVID-19 vaccines are now available at Quality Health Medical Centre. We are delivering COVID vaccines in accordance with the National COVID-19 vaccination rollout eligibility criteria.

  • For Pfizer vaccines:
    • All individuals 12 years old and over are currently eligible – we can administer ALL doses (FIRST, SECOND, THIRD/FOURTH /ALL BOOSTERS) at Quality Health Medical Centre
    • All children 5-11 years old are also eligible from 10th January 2022
    • Please see below on how to book a Pfizer vaccine
  • Our practice does not currently have AstraZeneca, Moderna or Novovax vaccines.
  • We are only routinely offering COVID vaccinations to patients who are ELIGIBLE FOR MEDICARE. If you are not eligible for Medicare, you can obtain your COVID vaccination through NSW Government or Commonwealth-run vaccine hubs and clinics, or pharmacies. Please click here for more information.

BOOKING a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine:

  1. If you wish to book a Pfizer vaccine, the PREFERRED OPTION is through the online booking system supplied by HealthEngine
    1. When clicking through to our practice’s HealthEngine portal HERE, FIRST click/tap on the drop-down menu at the top that says “All practitioners”, and select “Pfizer COVID Vaccine ONLY (select “Hako-Med”)”.
    2. From here, you will see which appointment times are available – tap on the time you wish, and proceed to book an appointment. The appointment type to choose will be “Hako-Med” (be rest assured*, this will book a Pfizer appointment for you! And please ignore the yellow prompt saying we do not offer COVID-19 vaccine appointments – this is incorrect.)
    3. (If you clicked/tapped on an appointment time before selecting the specific doctor/practitioner, please note that only “Hako-Med” appointments will actually be Pfizer COVID vaccine appointments.)
    4. *HealthEngine does not allow us to temporarily set up custom appointment type names. Given Pfizer appointments are likely only going to be a short-term service offered by our practice, we have therefore used the “Hako-Med” appointment type to substitute as indicating a Pfizer appointment. Sorry, we know it’s strange and confusing, but this seems to be the most suitable short-term solution. If you have any questions, please email us at and we’ll aim to respond within 24 business hours.
  2. Alternatively, you can call our practice on (02) 9646 2828 and speak to our receptionist. If calling in, we apologise in advance for the potentially long waiting time, as our phone lines are experiencing a higher call volume than usual.